It just isn’t Christmas without some festive tunes, and this year there’s a bunch of new bangers to listen to – here are some of our favourites!

Robbie Williams – ‘Can’t Stop Christmas’

The playful festive tune reflects on the unprecedented year that was 2020 and gives a merry nod to video calls, social distancing and hand sanitisers.

Alanis Morissette – ‘Happy Xmas (War Is Over)’

The award-winning singer-songwriter has released her very own cover of John & Yoko’s Christmas classic.

Scouting For Girls – ‘Xmas In The 80s’

The band’s new single is a nostalgic reminder of when Santa was called Father Christmas.

Twenty One Pilots – ‘Christmas Saves The Year’

The Grammy Award-winning duo shared their surprise holiday single alongside official visuals, directed and animated by Johnny Chew.

Liam Payne & Dixie D’Amelio – ‘Naughty List’

The tune is Liam’s second Christmas track as a solo artist and follows last year’s ‘All I Want (For Christmas)’, lifted from his debut solo album ‘LP1’.

Mabel – ‘Loneliest Time of Year’

The R&B songstress recently dropped a double-A-side consisting of her own Christmas future-classic ‘Loneliest Time of Year’, (penned alongside close collaborators including MNEK), alongside a brand new, stripped-back recording of ‘I’ll Be Home For Christmas’.

Goo Goo Dolls – ‘You Ain’t Getting Nothing’’

The track is one of two brand new original songs featured on the band’s first-ever festive album ‘It’s Christmas All Over’.

Ava Max – ‘Christmas Without You’

The pop sensation recently debuted her brand-new holiday song ‘Christmas Without You’.

Ellie Goulding – ‘River’

The global superstar has unveiled a new holiday EP titled ‘Songbook for Christmas’, featuring a collection of previously released festive holiday tracks and winter favourites

Meghan Trainor – ‘I Believe In Santa’

The track is lifted from Trainor’s first-ever Christmas album ‘A Very Trainor Christmas’, with the official music video starring JoJo Siwa.

Shaggy ft. Ne-Yo & Ding Dong – ‘Holiday in Jamaica’

The festive single is lifted from the reggae/dancehall and pop music icon’s new reggae holiday album ‘Christmas in the Islands’.

Amanda Holden – ‘Home For Christmas’

Following the huge success of her debut album, Amanda Holden has shared heart-warming festive number ‘Home For Christmas’.

Missy Elliott

‘The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)’ Becomes First Hip-Hop Song Beamed Into Space.

The Killers

Presented with award for record-breaking residency at The O2 London.

Pete Tong

To become first ever DJ to play on the grid at Silverstone for British Grand Prix.